James Moore (Canadian Politician)

James Moore (Canadian Politician)

James Moore, PC, MP (born June 10, 1976) is a Canadian politician currently serving as the Minister of Canadian Heritage and Official Languages in the cabinet of Prime Minister Stephen Harper..

Moore is the Conservative Member of Parliament for Port Moody—Westwood—Port Coquitlam. Prior to being appointed to cabinet he served as the Secretary of State for Official Languages, Pacific Gateway and the Vancouver-Whistler Olympics. He was appointed Minister of Canadian Heritage and Official Languages on October 30, 2008, he retained the portfolio following the 2011 federal election and was named the senior regional Minister for the province of British Columbia.

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James Moore (Canadian Politician) - Election Results
... Canadian federal election,2011 Party Candidate Votes pp Expenditures Conservative JamesMoore 27,181 56.07 1.46 New Democratic Mark Ireland 14,600 30.12 7.84 Liberal Stewart McGillivray 4,110 8.48 ...

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